Get lost in this spicy Kerala Style Mutton Curry this holiday season! This is an easy recipe and can be prepared in a jify using a pressure cooker!
There aren’t many Meat dishes in this space. So, I thought why not share this easy recipe with you. After all, it’s Christmas and this is the time when we indulge in delicious stews and curries. A traditional Christmas feast includes Finger foods, Cutlets, Appam, Stews and Curries, Biriyani, Wine, Cakes or Puddings. Yes, all of them. I will definitely put together a Christmas Menu for y’all later this month.
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Earlier this week I prepared this easy mutton curry in a pressure cooker. It doesn’t have any complicated ingredients and is prepared with everyday elements. I haven’t used coconut or coconut milk in this recipe. I shall soon share the traditional method of cooking Kerala Mutton Roast/Curry though.
For now, here’s an effortless way of making Mutton Curry without compromising on its flavour. Kerala Mutton Curry is best had with rice, appams, pathiri or porotta. My favorite combination is with rice. You can watch the below video to know how I have prepared this.
Kerala Style Mutton Curry – Recipe
In coconut oil, saute onion and shallots along with ginger, garlic, green and red chillies, and curry leaves. Once cooked through, add tomatoes and cook until mushy. Add spice powders including Kashmiri Red Chili powder (for its colour), red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, and any meat masala. IF you do not have meat masala, add garam masala powder. Saute until oil separates.
Add mutton pieces and mix well. Transfer to a pressure cooker and add half a cup of hot water. Pressure cook for four to five whistles in medium-high heat.
Tada! Serve hot with rice, roti, appams or Kerala porotta.
Kerala Style Mutton Curry – Recipe Video:
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